Wednesday, November 16th
Scattered Clouds - Wind: 15.01 Mph
39.3 °F

11/18/21 Boat WrX Fishing Forecast

The BoatWrx Table Rock Lake Fishing Forecast

Water Conditions


Clarity: Some stain the river and creek arms the water on the main lake is clear.

Water Temp 56˚-60˚ Main Lake, 57˚-60˚ River Arms

Current Pool: 917.00’ to 915.00’, Current Lake Level: 915.96’ steady

Generation: very light generation


Be prepared for morning fog with the cooler temperatures.

Lots of boat pressure all over the lake try to find areas without boats.


Weather Conditions

Friday November 19, 2021

Partly sunny

Temp: Hi 53˚ Low 37˚

Wind: SSE 7-14 mph

The best bite on the lake is the football jig. It is a great way to catch numbers and quality. The fish still are deeper than normal for this time of the year. Key on the gravel rolloffs in 25’-35’ deep. There are two keys to getting the fish to bite. Either steadily drag or scrub the jig and second finding the right rolloff. Once it’s found several fish can be caught off of just one point. The 5/8oz jewel jig is working well on the deeper fish the Jewel PeeWee will also work.

Check Out the Point 16 Map for likely locations

Saturday November 20, 2021

Times of clouds and sun

Temp: Hi 60˚ Low 47˚

Wind: SSE 7-16 mph

There are lots of boats beating the bank fishing shallow. So the shallow bite is fickle right now. However if you can get away from the boat pressure there are shallow fish to catch. Way the up the rivers key on shallow flats with a spinnerbait, vibrating jig or a shallow running crankbait. Go way up the river look for shad and fish the shallow flats. If you catch a fish on a particular flat beat it do death with all the bait possible there usually is more than one fish on a select flat. This is a deal that is great one day and gone the next so be flexible.

Check Out the Bridgeport Map for likely locations

Sunday November 21, 2021


Sun and areas of high clouds in the morning; clouds and limited sun in the afternoon

Temp: Hi 56˚ Low 30˚

Wind: NW 8-12 mph

Wiggle wart or RockCrawler and cover as much water as you can cover. Bank type does not seem to matter as much as it must have wind on it to get bites. It does seem the RockCrawler is getting a few more bites simply because it runs a little deeper than the old (OG) wiggle warts. It seems the fish are in 8’-12’ of water. Cover miles and hunt the wind and the bites will follow.

Check out The Rice Camp Map for likely locations

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